Robert Pan wrote:
|It has nothing to do with security. The call-back is from the router, not from Radmin server.|
I am using Radmin between an office and a home machine. The port blocking at work is set up in such a way that I can connect to the home machine from the office, but not to the office machine from home.
I thought that "call back" could be used to overcome such limitations without intervention at the router level. Do I have this wrong?
Something like "waking up" the Radmin server on the office machine, perhaps by e-mail, to have it initiate a connection. Do I still have it wrong?